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 Australian Sky & Telescope Index - 2005

Issues

1:  January 2005

2:  February 2005

3:  March 2005

4:  April 2005

5:  May 2005

6:  June 2005

7:  July 2005

8:  August 2005

9:  September 2005

10: October 2005

11: November 2005

12: December 2005

Authors

Adams, Jason: Letter, 5:10

Adler, Alan: A Simple Altazimuth Tripod Adapter, 4:86

Allen, Bruce: Test Einstein At Home, 7:31

Alves, Filipe: Capturing the Colours of the Moon, 7:76

Aguirre, Edwin L.: A Flaming Runaway Star, 4:22

              Amateur Team Finds 100 Supernovae, 11:65

              Amateurs Detect Effects on Earth, 5:32

              German Amateur's Supernova in M51, 11:67

              Hobby Q&A, 8:77

Anderson, Peter: Eclipses & Me, 3:66

              One of Those Nights, 1:98

Ares, Mark: Letter, 9:10

Barnes, Karenne, George, Martin, and Orchiston, Wayne: John Louis Perdrix (1926-2005), 10:73

Basri, Gilbor: A Decade of Brown Dwarfs, 5:42

Beatty, J. Kelly: Hobby Q&A, 5:95, 10:69

               News Notes, 12:15

               Take a "Sat-seeing" Tour, 8:72

               The Hunt for Planets, 11:86

               The Other Blue Planets, 10:66

Bell, Jim: In Search of Martian Seas, 3:24

Bell, Trudy E.: Sunlight’s Symphony, 6:70

Bellingham, Darren: The Eclipse That Almost Got Away, 8:98

Bembrick, Col: Letter, 10:10

Bennie, Ian: Letter, 4:12

Bevan, Alex: Target Australia, 3:44

Birch, Peter: Perth Observatory, 4:38

Blow, Graham: The Shadowy World of Occultations, 1:62

Bobra, Monica: Clash of the Titans, 9:86

Bowie, Ian: Letter, 5:10

Bracewell, Paul: Letter, 2:8

Bridge, Bryan: Letter, 8:10

Bruns, Donald: Resolution Realities, 12:69

Bryant, Greg: A First-Class Night, 4:52

               A Shielded Arm, 8:53

               A Supernova Survivor, 9:13

               A Tour of Argo Navis, 3:52

               Activities, 6:83, 8:82, 9:84, 10:84, 11:84, 12:84

               Aussie Research News, 9:22

               Canberra Amateur Gets Grant, 10:18

               Comet Lost and Found, 6:68

               Contrasts in Capricornus, 10:53

               Deep Sea Nights, 12:54

               Disc Worlds, 9:44

               Exploring Lacaille’s Deep Sky, 6:53

               Happy 50th, 1:94

               Hobby Q&A, 3:76

               Migrating South, 11:54

               Modern Star Groups of the South, 5:53

               NEO Monitoring, 11:67

               News Notes, 12:13, 12:20

               On First Sighting Dorado, 1:52

               Pointers to the Night’s Diversity, 7:53

               Sagittarius’ Stellar Playgrounds, 7:22

               Stellar Sights in Sagittarius, 9:53

               Targeting Comet Tempel 1, 6:66

               The Distant Night Sky, 2:52

               The 10th Planet - Found At Last?, 9:24

               The 2005 South Pacific Star Party, 6:78

Burgess, Colin: All Systems Go!, 11:24

              Back to the Future, 7:34

              Soulful Star Traveller, 2:89

              The Final Countdown, 5:34

              The Hubble Crisis, 5:22

Burton, Michael: Astronomy on ice, 2:24

              The Future of Australian Astronomy, 4:24

Calia, Charles Laird: The Astronomy of Robert Frost, 4:46

Candusio, Bert: Letter, 7:10

Capon, Robert: Automate Your Backyard Observatory, 7:79

Carroll, Sean: Dark Energy And The Preposterous Universe, 3:36

Caruana, Carl: Letter, 2:8

Catmull, Bryan: Letter, 11:10

Caton, Hiram: Letter, 12:12

Chaikin, Andrew: Sailing the Lunar Seas, 2:78

Cheyne, Catherine: Letter, 6:10

Clark, Beth Ellen and Grant, Kelli B.: Japan’s Asteroid Archaeologist, 6:30

Clifford, Russell: Letter, 9:10

Cole, Frank: Red Light District, 1:76

Colless, Matthew: Letter, 1:10

Cooper, Ashley: Letter, 9:10

Curnow, Paul: Tales of a Planetarian, 3:96

Dalrymple, Les: A Cluster in the Wrong Spot, 11:50

              A Jewel Among Jewels, 5:50

              An Overlooked Gem, 4:50

              Colourful Cluster NGC 2451, 2:50

              False Cross Cluster, NGC 2516, 3:50

              M75: The Loneliest Globular, 10:50

              NGC 288 in Sculptor, 12:50

              NGC 6124 in Scorpius, 8:50

              King of the Globulars, 6:50

              Really Red R Doradus, 1:50

              The Southern Pointers, 7:50

              Watching Kappa Pavonis, 9:50

Davis, Glenn: Letter, 11:10

Davis, Roger: A Close Encounter, 7:98

Di Cicco, Dennis: A Preview of Meade’s RCX400, 5:76

               Hobby Q&A, 2:82, 3:76, 7:75

Dobbins, Thomas A: Requiem for a Heavyweight: The Life of the Great Melbourne Telescope, 2:46

Donaldson, Neil: Letter, 2:8

Drummond, John: Shooting the Stars, 8:70

Dudgeon, Jim: Letter, 4:10

Dunham David W.: Asteroid Occultations, 2:57

Dyer, Alan: Canon's Astrocamera: The EOS 20Da, 11:80

               Celestron's Advanced Series "Go To" Mount, 8:78

               Shoot the Deep Sky, 8:64

Ellyard, David: Letter, 1:10

Espenak, Fred and Anderson, Jay: The Hybrid Solar Eclipse of April 2005: 1:36

Evans, Bob: The Colour of Night, 2:66

Fairbairn, Elizabeth: Letter, 5:10

Fienberg, Richard T.: Hobby Q&A, 1:77, 10:69, 11:77, 12:81

              Mission Update, 8:21

              News Note, 3:14, 5:18

Filippenko, Alexei V.: Why Are Supernovae Important?, 11:66

Flanders, Tony: Hobby Q&A, 8:77

              Nebula Filters, 9:71

              Star Names, 7:68

              Starry Splendours of the Scorpion, 8:62

Foust, Jeff: A Subdued Superstar, 3:78

French, Sue: A Study In Contrasts, 2:22

Frew, David: A Summer Sampler, 1:64

              Along Lacaille's Telescope, 8:55

              Chasing the Bird of Paradise, 7:60

              Cloudy Nights, Part 1, 10:55

              Cloudy Nights, Part 2, 11:55

              Cloudy Nights, Part 3: 12:55

              Out of the Milky Way, 5:60

              Peering Deep into Puppis, 2:58

              Sailing the Southern Skies, 3:60

              The Eta Carinae Region, 4:60

              The Fly and The Drawing Compass, 6:60

              Water Constellations: Take a Dip, 9:55

Gault, Dave: A Tale of Two KIWIs, 10:76

              Winking Stars, 10:74

Gay, Pamela L.: From Abell to ZZ Ceti, 6:88

Gefter, Amanda: Putting Einstein to the Test, 7:24

Geljon, Leon: Letter, 7:10

George, Martin: April’s Eclipse, 4:68

               Letter, 1:10

Gibson, Ron: Letter, 1:10

Gilmore, Alan: The MOA Telescope Spreads Its Wings, 3:70

Gingerich, Owen: Remembering the Past, 8:84

Goldman, Stuart: A Decade of Daily Delights, 6:87

               Briefly Noted, 5:87, 12:87

               So Much to Read, So Little Time, 3:87

               This Software Club Wants You, 7:88

Goodman, Framton: Letter, 12:10

Gordon, Rodger W. and Sheehan, William: Solved: The Mars-Crater Mystery, 11:62

Graham, Alister: Smashing News on Black Holes, 1:22

Grego, Peter: Return to the Moon, 10:86

Griffiths, Maureen: Letter, 5:10

Hagen, Kevin: Letter, 8:10

Haughton, Julie: Visit Siding Spring, 3:89

Hayden, Gary: Meet The Milky Way, 9:38

Head, Marilyn: The Father of NZ Astronomy, 2:70

                World First for NZ, 11:20

Heafner, Joe: Bite-Size Delicacies, 8:86

                Keeping It Simple, 3:80

Henden, Arne: And Science Too, 10:81

Henderson, Stuart, 6:10

Hewitt-White, Ken: The Pleiades: A Star Cluster for Everyone, 1:72

                The Lagoon Nebula, 9:68

Hill, Tanya: Enquiring Minds, 2:98

Hirshfield, Alan W.: The Universe in the Mirror, 2:40

Hoffmann, Tony and Marsden, Brian G.: The Booming Science of Sungrazing Comets, 8:38

Horne, Johnny: Deep Sky Imaging for Everyone, 10:78

Hostetter, Clyde: Seeking the Crescent of Venus, 12:62

Jewell, Mike: Resurrecting an Old Astrophoto, 3:84

Johnston, Lisa R.: News Note, 2:18, 6:13

              More Cosmic Inspiration, 12:87

              Stardust in Your Eyes, 12:86

Kennewell, John: Faces of the Sun, 12:22

Kerr, Steve: Blink and you’ll miss it, 3:65

              It’s still daylight, by Jove, 6:63

              Now you see them…, 4:63

              Occultations from the Edge, 12:61

              Red Giant Hides Behind Moon!, 11:60

              The Moon meets the Pleiades, 7:63

              The Moon Meets the Sisters, 10:62

              When the Moon gets in the way, 8:61

Kleinman, Scot J.: Scanning the Sky: A Sloan Observer’s Tale, 2:34

Krupp, E.C.: Inner Glow, 1:48

Kwitter, Karen B.: A Swan Song in Aquarius, 11:22

Lee, Steve: The Changing Face of Astronomy, 11:68

Levy, David H.: Introducing the Levy List, 12:63

Leventhal, Monty: Letter, 12:12

Livingston, Andrew: Observing by Ear, 9:96

Lockhart, Forrest: Casting a Spell, 10:97

Lowndes, Noeleen: The Pull of the Ringed Planet, 12:66

Lungu, Iulia: Letter, 3:10, 6:10

MacRobert, Alan M.: Amateur Sightings: Watching History Happen, 10:42

              Catch the Brightest Quasar, 5:66

              Dynamic Jupiter: An Observing Guide, 5:63

              Hobby Q&A, 1:77, 2:82, 4:75, 5:95, 7:75, 11:77, 12:81

              News Note: 2:15, 2:19, 4:18

              Pallas in the Realm of the Galaxies, 4:69

Macrobert, Alan M., and Troiani, Daniel M.: The Great Mars Apparation of 2005, 9:62

Madore, Barry F. and Gil de Paz, Armando: Discovery among the Discs, 11:46

Malin, David: Clear Skies, 3:32

Malin, Michael C.: Hidden in Plain Sight: Finding Martian Landers, 7:44

Maor, Eli: Mapping the Moon’s Shadow, 1:32

Massey, Steve: Bridging the Gap: Tasco's New 100mm ED Refractor, 9:80

              I’m Your Venus, 1:53

              Made In Russia, 11:78

              The Challenge of Mercury, 4:66

              Where there’s smoke…, 5:98

McDowell, Jonathan: Mission Update, 1:21, 2:21, 3:19, 4:21, 5:19, 6:21, 7:21, 8:21, 9:21, 10:20, 11:21, 12:21

Medkeff, Jeff: Astronomy’s State of the Art, 7:86

Miller, M. Coleman, Reynolds, Christopher S., and Krishnamurthi, Anita: Supermassive Black Holes: shaping their surroundings:, 4:32

Miller, Malcom: Letter, 10:10

Morton, Roy: Letter, 4:12

Mulcahy, Elaine: News Note, 1:13

Munro, Chris: Letter, 11:10

Nadis, Steve: Putting the bang in The Big Bang, 11:32

Naeye, Robert: Briefly Noted, 11:87

              Europe's Eye on Mars, 12:24

              Extrasolar Planets: Pictured at Last?, 8:44

              Fireworks from the Far Side of the Galaxy, 5:28

              Mars and More, 5:87

              Mars’ Hale Crater, 6:22

              News Note, 1:14, 1:20, 2:10, 2:14, 2:20, 3:12, 3:18, 4:14, 4:20, 5:14, 6:14, 6:16, 12:20

              The Birth of Magnetars, 5:31

              The Many Faces of Mars, 5:85

              Planetary Harmony, 1:24

              Wet Mars, 5: 86

Nally, Jonathan: A Month of Meetings, 7:54

              A New Neighbour, 9:8

              A Ripping Yarn, 1:84

              An Evening Spectacle, 9:54

              An International Science, 1:8

              Back On Track?, 9:21

              Big Decisions, 4:8

              Duelling Morning Stars, 1:54

              First Contact?, 10:8

              Getting Into It, 12:8

              Giant Planets Rule the Night, 2:53

              Guides to the Stars and Moon, 2:88

              Hooray for Huygens!, 3:8

              Hot Space, 9:32

              How Far We've Come, 11:8

              Hubble Turns 15!, 7:40

              Ice and Dust, 10:22

              King of the Planets, 3:53, 4:53

              Looking Down, Looking Up, 8:8

              Lord of the Rings, 6:34

              Magnificent Desolation, 8:32

              Meet Mars, 10:54

              Moon of Mystery, 1:44

              Morning and Night Planets, 5:54

              Mystery Worlds, 10:32

              NASA At The Crossroads, 5:8

              October's Lunar Eclipse, 10:61

              On a Mission, 6:8

              Ready for the Red Planet?, 11:52

              Relativity Under the Microscope, 7:8

              Rock Stars, 9:89

              Spotting the Dark Side, 9:67

              The Atmosphere, 12:32

              The Real Big Brother, 8:24

              The Star of the Show, 8:54

              The Telescope, 2:6

              Three’s Not A Crowd, 6:54

              Triumph on Titan, 3:20

              Venus Shines Brightly, 12:52

              Visions from the VLT, 11:40

              Walking on the Moon, 12:45

O'Meara, Stephen James: Hobby Q&A, 12:81

Parker, Samantha: Understand Your Scope, 1:84

Petersen, Carolyn Collins: Meeting Astronomy’s Great Minds, 5:84

Plait, Phil: Bad Astrology, 7:66

              Cosmic Coincidence, 4:44

              Grand Misalignment, 3:74

              Red-Faced Mars, 12:48

Portuesi, Michael: Tune Up Your Telescope, 4:70

Ratledge, David: Just Jupiter, 4:82

               Live the High Life, 1:78

Reid, Clay: Letter, 9:10

Robbins, Randy S.: What’s in a Name?, 6:98

Robinson, John and Coombs, Arthur: Photographing the Lunar 100, 5:70

Robinson, Wayne: Letter, 8:10

Roth, Joshua: A Bittersweet Tale of Cosmic Joy, 11:86

               Hobby Q&A, 4:75

               News Note, 1:18, 2:11, 6:18, 12:14, 12:15, 12:20

               Repacking Astronomical History, 7:87

Rubin, Vera: A Puzzling Polar-Ring Galaxy, 5:20

Sarkissian, John: Astrofest and Competition, 3:88

              Hugyens’ Heroes, 6:42

              The David Malin Awards, 9:74

Schaaf, Fred: Catch the Green Flash!, 10:44

Schilling, Govert: News Note, 1:12, 4:19, 6:20

Schilling, Govert and Roth, Joshua: News Note, 5:16

Schmidt, Ray: Letter, 7:10

Seargent, David: A Pre-Dawn Trio of Comets, 6:64

              A Quiet Time for Comets?, 2:61, 9:60

              A Variety of Comets, 4:64

              Amazing Machholz, 3:64

              Autumn Comets, 3:63

              Faint Fuzz Balls, 12:60

              Is Tempel Out of Gas?, 8:60

              Pole Position, 11:60

              Remembering Ikeya-Seki, 10:60

              Stand by for Impact, 7:64

              The Comets of Autumn, 5:68

              The Comets of Summer, 1:60

              Therein lies a tail…, 1:61

Seronik, Gary: 90mm Astronomical Maksutovs, 4:84

              Compact Wide-Field Refractors, 1:82

              Hobby Q&A, 2:82, 3:76, 6:76

              No-Tears Collimation, 12:72

Sheehan, William: E.E. Barnard's Milky Way, 12:38

Shostak, Seth: The Day the Earth Stands Still, 10:24

Silberbauer, George: Letter, 4:12

Sinnott, Roger W.: From Eudoxus to Einstein: A History of Mathematical Astronomy, 9:88

              Hobby Q&A, 1:77, 2:82, 4:75, 5:95, 6:76, 7:75, 8:77, 9:79, 10:69, 11:77

              Jupiter’s Red Spot, 1:56, 2:54, 3:54, 4:54, 5:55, 6:55, 7:55, 8:94, 9:94, 11:96, 12:90

              Moons of Jupiter, 7:55, 8:94

              Moons of Jupiter and Saturn, 1:56, 2:54, 3:54, 4:54, 5:55, 6:55, 9:94, 11:96, 12:90

              Moons of Mars and Saturn, 10:64

Smith, Lorraine: Letter, 11:10

Stanger, Jeff: Astronomical Pride, 4:96

Steginga, Albertus R.: Letter, 3:10

Stephens, Ron: Letter, 9:10

Stewart, Peter: Letter, 3:10

Steyaert, Christian: Save the Leap Second!, 12:97

Straayer, Julie: Urban Legends, 7:84

Strauss, Michael A. and Knapp, Gillian R.: The Sloan Digital Sky Survey, 2:30

Surma-Hawes, Tony: Starry One Night…, 1:68

Sweeney, Michael: Letter, 10:10

Thomas, Hedley, 2:8

Ting, Ed: The Classic Telescope, 12:76

              Finders: The Power of One, 11:72

Tingley, Brandon: After the Fire, 1:40

              Expansion Plans, 1:43

Toohey, Chris: Small Scope, Big Performance, 6:84

Trimarchi, Eddie: If the Plug-in FITS…, 1:86

              The Computer Age, 11:95

Tytell, David: An old Favourite Updated, 10:87

              Briefly Noted, 12:87

              Deep Impact's Hammer Throw, 10:38

              Hobby Q&A, 4:75, 9:79

              Lunar Prospector: Against All Odds, 9:88

              News Note, 2:18, 4:18, 4:20, 5:16, 6:12, 6:14, 12:18

              Quotable Einstein, 9:88

Vlahos, Perry: Activities, 9:84

              The VicSouth Desert Spring Star Party, 2:74

              Vic Astronomers Tsunami Benefit, 3:88

              Victoria’s Star-Be-Cue, 4:76

Voss, Stephen: Heavenly Fire, 2:62

Walker, Sean: Binocular Viewers, 3:82

              German Equatorial “Go To” Mounts, 7:82

              Hydrogen-Alpha Viewing on a Budget, 2:84

              Planetary Masters, 10:70

              Planetary Processing with RegiStax 3, 12:82

Ward, Peter: Letter, 12:10

              The Milky Way, 8:22

              The Prodigal Sun, 5:80

Warner, Elizabeth M. and Redfern, Greg: Deep Impact: Our First Look Inside A Comet, 6:24

              Amateurs and the Deep Impact Mission, 6:69

Warner, Trevor: Letter, 2:8

West, Steve: Letter, 4:10, 12:10

Wolff, Michael J. and Smith, Michael D.: Rover Atmospheric Science: Things Are Looking Up, 3:28

Wood, Andrew: The Quest for Celestial Fire, 5:72

Wood, Charles A:  A Basin Too Big to Believe, 9:58

              Ancient Lunar Faults, 12:58

              Basins of the Southwestern Limb, 4:58

              Bumps on the Moon, 6:58

              Colour and History on the Aristarchus Plateau, 3:58

              Explosive Evidence on the Moon, 8:58

              Floor-Fractured Craters, 1:58

              In and Around Imbrium, 2:48

              Lunar Polar Pleasures, 7:58

              Mysteries of the Eastern Limb, 11:58

              The Naked-Eye Moon, 5:58

              The Straight Story on Linear Rilles, 10:58

 

Departments

Activities

              AAQ Meeting, 10:84

              Adelaide Planetarium, 12:84

              Albury-Wodonga Society, 8:83

              ASNSW Meeting, 8:82, 9:84, 10:84, 11:85, 12:84

              ASSA 2005 Quiz Night, 2:90

              Astrofest and Competition, 3:88, 5:88, 7:85,11:94

              Astronomy Workshops for Teachers, 2:90

              ASV Meeting, 10:84

              Australian Mars Exploration Conference, 8:82

              Coonabarabran Hosts Americans, 6:83

              Cruise the Constellations, 2:90

              Edward Corbould Research Fund, 12:84

              Happy 50th, 1:94

              IceInSpace, 8:82, 11:85, 12:84

              Is Anyone Out There?, 4:88

              Melbourne Planetarium, 7:84

              Macquarie University Open Night, 6:83, 10:84

              Macquarie University School Of Astronomy, 8:82

              NACAA 2006, 5:88, 9:84

              National Science Week, 9:84

              Old Melbourne Observatory, 10:84

              Perth Observatory, 9:85, 10:84

              Queensland Astrofest, 8:83, 12:84

              RASMZ 2005 Conference, 5:88

              Siding Spring Astro-Camp for Physics Students, 2:90

              SPSP a Success, 5:88

              South Pacific Star Party 2006, 10:84, 12:84

              Stromlo Lecture in Adelaide, 4:89

              Sutherland Astronomy Education, 9:84

              Sutherland Open Night, 11:85

              Sydney Observatory, 4:89, 9:85, 10:84

              Taking It To The Streets, 4:89

              The Way to the Stars, 2:90

              Tidbinbilla, 10:84

              Urban Observers, 7:84

              Vic Astronomers Tsunami Benefit, 3:88

              VicSouth Desert Spring Star Party, 9:84, 11:85

              Visit Siding Spring, 3:89

Amateur Telescope Making

              Automate Your Backyard Observatory, 7:79

AS&T Test Reports

              A Preview of Meade’s RCX400, 5:76

              Canon's EOS 20Da, 11:80

              Celestron's Advanced Series "Go To" Mount, 8:78

              Coronado PST Hydrogen-Alpha Solar Telescope, 2:84

              JupSat Pro, 4:82

              Kagayaki 4.1, 3:78

              MacAstronomica 2.0.5, 3:80

              Meade Deep Sky Imager, 10:78

              Refractors, 12:76

              RegiStax 3, 12:82

              TAL Optics, 11:78

              Tasco Skywatcher Pro ED-100, 9:80

              TheSky 6, 1:78

              ZenithStar 80, 6:84

Astrophotography

              Capturing the Colours of the Moon, 7:76

              Planetary Masters, 10:70

              Resolution Realities, 12:69

              Resurrecting an Old Astrophoto, 3:84

              Shoot the Deep Sky, 8:64

              The Prodigal Sun, 5:80

Binocular Highlight

              A Cluster in the Wrong Spot, 11:50

              A Jewel Among Jewels, 5:50

              An Overlooked Gem, 4:50

              Colourful Cluster NGC 2451, 2:50

              False Cross Cluster, NGC 2516, 3:50

              King of the Globulars, 6:50

              M75: The Loneliest Globular, 10:50

              NGC 6124 in Scorpius, 8:50

              NGC 288 in Sculptor, 12:50

              Really Red R Doradus, 1:50

              The Southern Pointers, 7:50

              Watching Kappa Pavonis, 9:50

Books & Beyond

              Archives of the Universe: A Treasury of Astronomy’s Historic Works of Discovery, Marcia Bartusiak, 5:84

              Astronomy 2005, Glenn Dawes, Peter Northfield, and Ken Wallace, 2:88

              Astronomy with a Home Computer, Neale Monks, 12:87

              Atlas of the Moon, Antonin Rukl, 10:86

              Destination Mars, Alain Dupas, 5:87

              Empire of the Stars: Obsession, Friendship, and Betrayal in the Quest for Black Holes, Arthur I Miller, 9:86

              Evolving Cosmos, Govert Schilling, 12:86

              Exploring Ancient Skies: An Encyclopedic Survey of Archaeoastronomy, David H. Kelley and Eugene F. Milone, 8:84

              Exploring the Moon, Steve Massey, 2:88

              From Abell to ZZ Ceti, 6:88

              From Eudoxus to Einstein: A History of Mathematical Astronomy, C.M. Linton, 9:88

              Infinte Worlds: An Illustrated Voyage to Planets Beyond Our Sun, Ray Villard and Lynette R. Cook, 11:86

              Lunar Prospector: Against All Odds, Alan B. Binder, 9:88

              Mars: A Warmer, Wetter Planet, Jeffrey S. Kargel, 5:86

              Mathematical Astronomy Morsels III, Jean Meeus, 8:86

              Meteorites: A Journey Through Space and Time, Alex Bevan and John de Laeter, 9:89

              Norton's Star Atlas and Reference Handbook, 10:87

              Quotable Einstein, Alice Calaprice, ed., 9:88

              Stargazer: The Life and Times of the Telescope, Fred Watson, 1:84

              Story: The Way of Water, Anne E. Lenehan, 2:89

              The Art of Collecting Meteorites, Kevin Kichinka, 12:87

              The Grand Tour: A Traveler's Guide to the Solar System, Revised Edition, Ron Miller and William K. Hartmann, 11:87

              The New Amateur Astronomer, Martin Mobberley, 7:86

              The NexStar User’s Guide, Michael Swanson, 1:84

              The Real Mars: Spirit, Opportunity, Mars Express and the Quest to Explore the Red Planet, Michael Hanlon, 5:85

              The Violent Universe, Kimberly Weaver, 12:87

              Western Australian Astronomy Almanac, Perth Observatory, 2:88

              Year of the Comets: A Journey from Sadness to the Stars, Jan DeBlieu, 11:86

Buyer’s Guide

              90mm Astronomical Maksutovs, 4:84

              Binocular Viewers, 3:82

              Compact Wide-Field Refractors, 1:82

              German Equatorial “Go To” Mounts, 7:82

Celestial Calendar

              A Pre-Dawn Trio of Comets, 6:64

              A Quiet Time for Comets?, 2:61, 9:60

              A Variety of Comets, 4:64

              Amateurs and the Deep Impact Mission, 6:69

              Amazing Machholz, 3:64

              April’s Eclipse, 4:68

              Asteroid Occultations, 2:57

              Autumn Comets, 3:63

              Blink and you’ll miss it, 3:65

              Comet Lost and Found, 6:68

              Dynamic Jupiter: An Observing Guide, 5:63

              Faint Fuzz Balls, 12:60

              Is Tempel Out of Gas?, 8:60

              It’s still daylight, by Jove, 6:63

              Moons of Mars and Saturn, 10:64

              Now you see them…, 4:63

              Occultations from the Edge, 12:61

              October's Lunar Eclipse, 10:61

              Pallas in the Realm of the Galaxies, 4:69

              Pole Position, 11:60

              Red Giant Hides Behind Moon!, 11:60

              Remembering Ikeya-Seki, 10:60

              Seeking the Crescent of Venus, 12:62

              Solved: The Mars-Crater Mystery, 11:62

              Stand by for Impact, 7:64

              Targeting Comet Tempel 1, 6:66

              The Comets of Autumn, 5:68

              The Comets of Summer, 1:60

              The Great Mars Apparition of 2005, 9:62

              The Moon meets the Pleiades, 7:63

              The Moon Meets the Sisters, 10:62

              The Shadowy World of Occultations, 1:62

              Therein lies a tail…, 1:61

              When the Moon gets in the way, 8:61

Constellation Close-Up

              Starry Splendours of the Scorpion, 8:62

Deep Sky Delights

              A Summer Sampler, 1:64

              Along Lacaille's Telescope, 8:55

              Chasing the Bird of Paradise, 7:60

              Cloudy Nights, Part 1, 10:55

              Cloudy Nights, Part 2, 11:55

              Cloudy Nights, Part 3, 12:55

              Out of the Milky Way, 5:60

              Peering Deep into Puppis, 2:58

              Sailing the Southern Skies, 3:60

              The Eta Carinae Region, 4:60

              The Fly and The Drawing Compass, 6:60

              Water Constellations: Tale a Dip, 9:55

Digital Astronomy

              A Decade of Daily Delights, 6:87

              If the Plug-in FITS…, 1:86

              So Much to Read, So Little Time, 3:87

              This Software Club Wants You, 7:88

Exploring The Moon

              A Basin Too Big to Believe, 9:58

              Ancient Lunar Faults, 12:58

              Basins of the Southwestern Limb, 4:58

              Bumps on the Moon, 6:58

              Colour and History on the Aristarchus Plateau, 3:58

              Explosive Evidence on the Moon, 8:58

              Floor-Fractured Craters, 1:58

              In and Around Imbrium, 2:48

              Lunar Polar Pleasures, 7:58

              Mysteries of the Eastern Limb, 11:58

              The Naked-Eye Moon, 5:58

              The Straight Story on Linear Rilles, 10:58

Features:

              A Decade of Brown Dwarfs, 5:42

              After the Fire, 1:40

              All Systems Go!, 11:24

              Amateur Sightings: Watching History Happen, 10:42

              Amateurs Detect Effects on Earth, 5:32

              Astronomy on ice, 2:24

              Back to the Future, 7:34

              Catch the Green Flash!, 10:44

              Clear Skies, 3:32

              Cosmic Coincidence, 4:44

              Dark Energy And The Preposterous Universe, 3:36

              Deep Impact: Our First Look Inside a Comet, 6:24

              Deep Impact's Hammer Throw, 10:38

              Disc Worlds, 9:44

              Discovery among the Discs, 11:46

              E.E. Barnard's Milky Way, 12:38

              Europe's Eye on Mars, 12:24

              Expansion Plans, 1:43

              Extrasolar Planets: Pictured at Last?, 8:44

              Fireworks from the Far Side of the Galaxy, 5:28

              Heavenly Fire, 2:62

              Hidden in Plain Sight: Finding Martian Landers, 7:44

              Hot Space, 9:32

              Hubble Turns 15!, 7:40

              Huygens’ Heroes, 6:42

              In Search of Martian Seas, 3:24

              Japan’s Asteroid Archaeologist, 6:30

              Lord of the Rings, 6:34

              Magnificent Desolation, 8:32

              Mapping the Moon’s Shadow, 1:32

              Meet The Milky Way, 9:38

              Moon of Mystery, 1:44

              Mystery Worlds, 10:32

              Perth Observatory, 4:38

              Planetary Harmony, 1:24

              Putting Einstein to the Test, 7:24

              Putting the bang in The Big Bang, 11:32

              Red-Faced Planet, 12:48

              Requiem for a Heavyweight: The Life of the Great Melbourne Telescope, 2:46

              Rover Atmospheric Science: Things Are Looking Up, 3:28

              Scanning the Sky: A Sloan Observer’s Tale, 2:34

              Supermassive Black Holes: shaping their surroundings, 4:32

              Target Australia, 3:44

              Testing Einstein At Home, 7:31

              The 10th Planet - Found At Last, 9:24

              The Astronomy of Robert Frost, 4:46

              The Atmosphere, 12:32

              The Birth of Magnetars, 5:31

              The Booming Science of Sungrazing Comets, 8:38

              The Colour of Night, 2:66

              The Day the Earth Stands Still, 10:24

              The Father of NZ Astronomy, 2:70

              The Final Countdown, 5:34

              The Future of Australian Astronomy, 4:24

              The Hubble Crisis, 5:22

              The Hybrid Solar Eclipse of April 2005, 1:36

              The MOA Telescope Spreads Its Wings, 3:70

              The Sloan Digital Sky Survey, 2:30

              The Real Big Brother, 8:24

              The Universe in the Mirror, 2:40

              Triumph on Titan, 3:20

              Visions from the VLT, 11:40

              Walking on the Moon, 12:45

First Light

              Bad Astrology, 7:66

              Finders: The Power of One, 11:72

              Grand Misalignment, 3:74

              Nebula Filters, 9:71

              No-Tears Collimation, 12:72

              Sailing the Lunar Seas, 2:78

              Star Names, 7:68

              Sunlight’s Symphony, 6:70

              Take a "Sat-seeing" Tour, 8:72

              The Lagoon Nebula, 9:68

              The Other Blue Planets, 10:66

              The Pleiades: A Star Cluster for Everyone, 1:72

              Tune Up Your Telescope, 4:70

Focal Point

              A Close Encounter, 7:98

              A Swan Song in Aquarius, 11:22

              Astronomical Pride, 4:96

              Casting a Spell, 10:97

              Enquiring Minds, 2:98

              Observing by Ear, 9:96

              One of Those Nights, 1:98

              Save the Leap Second!, 12:97

              Tales of a Planetarian, 3:96

              The Computer Age, 11:95

              The Eclipse That Almost Got Away, 8:98

              What’s in a Name?, 6:98

              Where there’s smoke, 5:98

Hobby Q&A / Ask AS&T

              Alpha Centauri, 10:69

              Date of Easter, 3:76

              Distant Sunlike Stars, 1:77

              Earth and the Tsunami, 4:75

              Earth from Mars, 9:79

              Eyepiece Sizes, 4:75

              Fast Moving Binaries, 11:77

              From 1950.0 to 2000.0, 11:77

              Fuel Dumps in Space, 2:82

              Galaxy Distances, 4:75

              Galileo’s Telescope, 1:77

              GPS Locations, 8:77

              Imaging in Twilight, 3:76

              Light-years and Parsecs, 4:75

              Living on the Farside of the Moon, 2:82

              Magellanic Clouds, 12:81

              Meteor Observing from a Plane, 6:76

              Mirror Making, 6:76

              Mirror Upgrades, 5:95

              Nebulae and Galaxies in Larger Telescopes, 10:69

              New Moon, 9:79

              No Full Moon in February, 2:82

              Observing A Bright Quasar, 2:82

              Re-aluminising Mirrors, 2:82

              Saturn's Rings, 8:77

              Saturn's Spokes, 10:69

              Shadows on Saturn, 9:79

              Solar Eclipses on Other Planets, 11:77

              Stacking CCD Images, 7:75

              Star Brightness All Summed Up, 8:77

              Star Orbits, 12:81

              Star Sizes on Film, 5:95

              Stopping Down a Telescope, 7:75

              Sundogs, 1:77

              Telescope Mirrors, 3:76

              The Sun from Other Stars, 6:76

              Titan’s Atmosphere, 5:95

              Uranus’ Tilt, 7:75

              Venus' Crescent, 12:81

              Young Moons, 9:79

Mission Update:

              Astro-E2, 8:21

              Astro-F

              Astrosat, 1:21

              Beagle-2, 5:19

              Constellation-X, 3:19

              Cosmos-1/Volna, 10:20

              Deep Impact, 5:19

              Genesis, 1:21

              Gravity Probe B, 2:21

              Hard Times for Space Science, 7:21

              Hubble Space Telescope, 8:21

              JIMO, 6:21

              Juno, 9:21

              Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, 4:21

              Mars Express, 5:19

              Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, 10:20

              Mars Science Laboratory, 4:21

              Messenger, 12:21

              New Horizons, 1:21, 6:21

              Rosetta, 3:19, 6:21

              SMART-1, 2:21

              SOFIA, 2:21

              Solar-B, 8:21

              Space Shuttle, 9:21, 11:21

              Spitzer, 10:20

              Suzaku, 11:21

              Swift, 3:19, 5:19

              Venus Express, 12:21

              WISE, 9:21

News Notes:

              A Black-Hole Swarm, 4:19

              A Bonanza of Exoplanet Discoveries, 5:14

              A Controversial Equatorial Martian Sea, 6:14

              A Flood of Cassini Discoveries, 3:12

              A Galaxy that Thrives on Chaos, 5:12

              A Moon for the "10th Planet", 12:13

              A Place To Land, 8:16

              A Planet After All?, 11:16

              A Planet For Beta Pic, 1:12

              A Rock’s Life, 2:18

              A Supernova Survivor, 9:13

              After the Flood, 9:14

              All Systems Go, 8:14

              Amazing Maser, 8:18

              Aussie Research News, 9:22

              Aussie Rock Helps Date Galaxy, 9:18

              Aussies to Help Probe Cosmic Dark Ages, 1:13

              Back to the Moon, 11:12

              Binary Dwarf Bagged, 12:15

              Black Hole Blues, 11:16

              Black Hole Burps, 10:13

              Boom Time on Mars, 8:13

              Bungle Bungle, 10:14

              Canberra Amateur Gets Grant, 10:18

              Catching a Breeze, 5:16

              Cometary Chemistry, 11:19

              Crew Exploration Vehicle, 9:16

              Deep Impact Revisited, 12:18

              Dynamic Duo, 9:16

              Earth's Hit Parade, 10:13

              Enceladus’ Invisible Atmosphere, 6:12

              Eureka Prize to Astronomer, 10:18

              Exoplanets: The Heat Is On, 6:16

              Fancy Meeting You Here, 7:16

              Galaxy Maps Reveal Long-Sought Waves, 5:16

              Giant African Scope Sees First Light, 12:20

              Glimpsing Starbirth with Spitzer, 6:18

              Grote Reber Medal Awarded, 10:18

              Hayabusa Arrives at Asteroid Itokawa, 12:15

              Hello Sailor, 7:13

              Homeless Black Hole?, 12:20

              Hubble Gets a Shot in the Arm, 3:14

              Hubble Takes a Hit, 5:18

              Iapetus Encountered, 4:14

              If it fits..., 9:18

              It's Shocking, 8:18

              Kiwi Amateurs Help Find Planet, 7:14

              Laser “Guide Stars” on the Rise, 2:11

              Life on Titan?, 11:19

              Mars Polar Mystery Solved, 7:18

              Martian Mesa, 7:14

              Martian Methane, 3:18

              Martian Mudcake, 1:20

              Meteorite Age Dilemma, 10:13

              Moon Muck, 10:16

              More Extrasolar Planets, 12:20

              New Horizons, 8:14

              New View of an Old Galaxy, 7:20

              Next Stop Venus!, 10:16

              No Kuiper Belt Jupiters, 12:20

              No Redshift-10 Galaxy?, 2:14

              Opportunity Gets into Heavy Metal, 4:20

              Orbiting, and Waving, 7:13

              Phoebe Related to Pluto, 7:12

              Phoenix Gets Go-Ahead, 8:18

              Planet Systems Are Common, 8:16

              Pressing Towards the Cosmic Dawn, 2:14

              Pulsar Jackpot, 6:20

              Right on Target, 9:12

              Ripples, Believe it or Not, 8:20

              Saturn Lights, 6:13

              Saturn’s 12 New Moons, 7:12

              Saturn's Second Atmosphere, 10:14

              Seeing Triple, 10:16

              Setback for Alternative Cosmology

              Shake, Rattle & Rock, 9:20

              SKA for WA?, 2:12

              Smallest Exoplanet Found, 8:12

              Solar Stats, 7:16

              Sounds of Saturn, 9:14

              Space Oddity, 7:13

              Spokes Too Soon, 11:18

              Star Eats Star, 11:18

              Stuck On You, 8:16

              Super Scope, 9:13

              Super Solar Flare, 7:16

              Super Volcano, 8:14

              Supernova in a Spiral Arm, 4:18

              The Case of the Missing Pulsar, 8:13

              The Dwindling Kuiper Belt, 2:20

              The Kernel of a Star Stripped Bare, 2:19

              The Naked-Eye Globular You’ve Never Seen, 1:18

              The Nightmare Before Christmas, 4:18

              The Other Big Bang, 11:14

              The Supernova That Refuses To Die, 9:14

              Thick Discs Discerned Beyond the Milky Way, 6:18

              Triple Suns, 9:16

              Two Gyros Are Better Than None, 11:14

              Tycho’s Supernova: The Culprit Found?, 2:18

              Uranus: Kicking Up a Storm, 2:10

              View from the APEX, 9:14

              Violent Star Death, 9:18

              Voyager on the Edge, 7:18

              When the Very Biggest Things Collide, 1:14

              White-Dwarf Planets?, 6:14

              Whole Lotta Skakin’ Goin’ On, 4:20

              Wide View Pays Off, 10:12

              World First for NZ, 11:20

Observer’s Log

              A Tale of Two KIWIs, 10:76

              I’m Your Venus, 1:53

              Photographing the Lunar 100, 5:70

              The Challenge of Mercury, 4:66

              Spotting the Dark Side, 9:67

              Winking Stars, 10:74

Project

              A Simple Altazimuth Tripod Adapter, 4:86

              Red Light District, 1:76

Rambling Through The Skies:

              Inner Glow, 1:48

 

Spotlight On:

              A Flaming Runaway Star, 4:22

              A Puzzling Polar-Ring Galaxy, 5:20

              A Study in Contrasts, 2:22

              A Swan Song in Aquarius, 11:22

              Faces of the Sun, 12:22

              Ice and Dust, 10:22

              Mars’ Hale Crater, 6:22

              Sagittarius’ Stellar Playgrounds, 7:22

              Smashing News on Black Holes, 1:22

              The Milky Way, 8:22

Sun, Moon, and Planets:

              A Month of Meetings, 7:54

              An Evening Spectacle, 9:54

              Duelling Morning Stars, 1:54

              Giant Planets Rule the Night, 2:53

              King of the Planets, 3:53, 4:53

              Jupiter’s Red Spot, 1:56, 2:54, 3:54, 4:54, 5:55, 6:55, 7:55, 8:94, 9:94, 11:96, 12:90

              Meet Mars, 10:54

              Moons of Jupiter, 7:55

              Moons of Jupiter and Saturn, 1:56, 2:54, 3:54, 4:54, 5:55, 6:55, 8:94, 9:94, 11:96, 12:90

              Morning and Night Planets, 5:54

              Ready for the Red Planet?, 11:52

              The Star of the Show, 8:54

              Three’s Not A Crowd, 6:54

              Triple Treat, 11:53

              Venus Shines Brightly, 12:52

Targets

              Catch the Brightest Quasar, 5:66

              Introducing the Levy List, 12:63

The Astronomy Scene

              Amateur Team Finds 100 Supernovae, 11:65

              Eclipses & Me, 3:66

              German Amateur's Supernova in M51, 11:67

              NEO Monitoring, 11:67

              Shooting the Stars, 8:70

              Starry One Night…, 1:68

              The Changing Face of Astronomy, 11:68

              The Pull of the Ringed Planet, 12:66

              The Quest for Celestial Fire, 5:72

              The 2005 South Pacific Star Party, 6:78

              The VicSouth Desert Spring Star Party, 2:74

              Victoria’s Star-Be-Cue, 4:76

              Why Are Supernovae Important, 11:66

Tonight’s Sky

              A First-Class Night, 4:52

              A Shielded Arm, 8:53

              A Tour of Argo Navis, 3:52

              Contrasts in Capricornus, 10:53

              Deep Sea Nights, 12:54

              Exploring Lacaille’s Deep Sky, 6:53

              Migrating South, 11:54

              Modern Star Groups of the South, 5:53

              On First Sighting Dorado, 1:52

              Pointers to the Night’s Diversity, 7:53

              Stellar Sights in Sagittarius, 9:53

              The Distant Night Sky, 2:52

 

Observing Topics

 

Comets

              9P/Tempel 1, 4:64, 5:68, 6:64, 6:66, 6:68, 7:64, 8:60, 9:60, 10:42

              21P/Giacobini-Zinner, 4:64, 5:68, 6:64, 7:64, 8:60, 9:60

              29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1, 1:60, 2:61, 6:64, 7:64, 8:60, 9:60, 10:60, 11:60, 12:60

              32P/Comas Sola, 2:61, 3:63

              37P/Forbes, 4:64, 5:68, 6:64, 7:34, 8:60, 9:60

              49P/Arend-Rigaux, 3:63

              62P/Tsuchinshan, 1:60

              69P/Taylor, 1:60

              78P/Gehrels, 1:60, 2:61

              121P/Shoemaker-Holt, 1:60

              C/2003 K4 (LINEAR), 1:60, 2:61, 3:63, 4:64, 5:68

              C/2003 T4 (LINEAR), 3:63, 4:52, 4:64, 5:68, 6:64, 7:64, 8:60

              C/2004 B1 (LINEAR), 8:60, 9:60, 10:60, 11:60, 12:60

              C/2004 L1 (LINEAR), 3:63, 4:64

              C/2004 Q2 (Machholz), 1:60, 2:61, 3:64, 4:52, 6:64, 7:64

              C/2005 A1 (LINEAR), 4:64, 5:68, 6:64, 7:64, 8:60

              C/2005 E2 (McNaught), 7:64, 8:60, 9:60, 10:60, 11:60, 12:60

              C/2005 N5 (Catalina), 10:60

              Ikeya-Seki (Great Comet of 1965), 10:60

Emission Nebulae

              M8 (Lagoon Nebula), 9:68

              NGC 346, 10:55

              NGC 2070 (Tarantula Nebula), 11:55

              NGC 3199, 4:60

              NGC 3247, 4:60

              NGC 3324, 4:60

Galaxies

              AM 0319-662, 1:64

              DDO 210, 9:55

              ESO 097-G13, 6:60

              ESO 115-G21, 1:64

              ESO 154-G23, 1:64

              IC 764, 5:62

              IC 4448, 7:60

              IC 4633, 7:60

              IC 4635, 7:60

              Large Magellanic Cloud, 11:55

              M104, 5:60

              NGC 1313, 1:64

              NGC 1313A, 1:64

              NGC 2640, 3:60

              NGC 4027, 5:60

              NGC 4038, 5:60

              NGC 4039, 5:60

              NGC 4105, 5:60

              NGC 4106, 5:60

              NGC 5612, 7:60

              NGC 5833, 7:60

              NGC 6861, 8:55

              NGC 6868, 8:55

              NGC 6870, 8:55

              PGC 54288, 7:60

              Small Magellanic Cloud, 10:55

Globular Clusters

              ESO 118-SC31, 12:55

              ESO 121-SC03, 12:55

              ESO 280-SC6, 8:55

              Hodge 11, 12:55

              HP 1, 8:55

              IC 4499, 7:60

              M2, 9:55

              M30, 9:55

              M68, 5:60

              M72, 9:55

              NGC 104, 10:55

              NGC 121, 10:55

              NGC 288, 12:50

              NGC 362, 10:55

              NGC 1261, 1:64

              NGC 1466, 12:55

              NGC 1754, 12:55

              NGC 1786, 12:55

              NGC 1835, 12:55

              NGC 1841, 12:55

              NGC 1898, 12:55

              NGC 1916, 12:55

              NGC 1928, 12:55

              NGC 1939, 12:55

              NGC 2005, 12:55

              NGC 2019, 12:55

              NGC 2210, 12:55

              NGC 2257, 12:55

              NGC 2808, 3:62

              NGC 4372, 6:60

              NGC 4833, 6:60

              NGC 5139 (Omega Centauri), 6:50

              NGC 6101, 7:60

              NGC 6362, 7:60

              NGC 6441, 8:55

              NGC 6453, 8:55

              NGC 6496, 8:55

              NGC 6541, 8:55

              NGC 6584, 8:55

              Palomar 12, 9:55

Intermediate-Age Populous Clusters

              NGC 1651, 11:55

              NGC 1783, 11:55

              NGC 1978, 11:55

              NGC 2121, 11:55

Moon

              Alphonsus, 8:58

              Appennines, 2:48

              April’s Eclipse, 4:68

              Ariadaeus Rille, 10:58

              Aristarchus, 3:58

              Aristarchus Plateau, 3:58

              Bailly, 4:58

              Capturing the Colours of the Moon, 7:76

              Cauchy region, 12:55

              Clavius, 4:58

              Drygalski, 7:58

              Earthshine, 5:58

              Gassendi, 1:58

              Grimaldi, 4:48

              Hortensius, 6:58

              Kies Pi, 6:58

              Lacus Mortis, 12:55

              Leibnitz Mountains, 7:58

              Mare / Highland, 5:58

              Mare Crisium, 2:78

              Mare Frigoris, 9:58

              Mare Imbrium, 2:48, 2:78

              Mare Humorum, 2:78

              Mare Marginis Swirls, 11:58

              Mare Serenitatis, 2:78

              October's Lunar Eclipse, 10:61

              Peary, 7:58

              Petavius, 1:58

              Photographing the Lunar 100, 5:70

              Pico, 2:48

              Posidonius, 1:58

              Procellarum Basin, 9:58

              Schiller-Zucchius, 4:58

              Schroter’s Valley, 3:58

              Sinus Aestuum, 8:58

              Sirsalis Rille, 10:58

              Smythii Basin, 11:58

              Straight Wall, 12:55

              Sulpicius Gallus, 8:58

              The Hybrid Solar Eclipse of April 2005, 1:36

Multiple Stars

              Alpha Centauri, 7:50, 7:53

              Beta Centauri, 7:50, 7:53

              Alpha Circini, 7:53

              Struve 1659, 5:60

Open Clusters

              Blanco 1, 11:50

              Collinder 121, 2:52

              Collinder 135, 2:58

              Collinder 220, 4:60

              IC 2391, 3:60

              IC 2488, 3:60

              IC 2581, 4:60

              Kron 7, 10:55

              M6, 8:55

              M7, 8:55

              M45 (The Pleiades), 1:72

              M46, 2:58

              M47, 2:59

              NGC 2451, 2:50, 2:58

              NGC 2477, 2:58

              NGC 2516, 3:50, 3:60

              NGC 2546, 2:58

              NGC 2568, 2:58

              NGC 3114, 4:50

              NGC 3293, 4:60

              NGC 4755, 5:50

              NGC 6124, 8:50

Planetary Nebulae

              Abell 35, 5:60

              He 2-131, 7:60

              IC 4191, 6:60

              IC 4699, 8:55

              LoTr, 7:60

              Minkowski 1-18, 2:58

              My 47, 3:62

              MyCn 18, 6:60

              NGC 1360, 1:64

              NGC 1535, 1:64

              NGC 2867, 3:60

              NGC 2899, 3:60

              NGC 4071, 6:60

              NGC 4361, 5:60

              NGC 5189, 6:60

              NGC 5315, 6:60

              NGC 7009, 9:55

              NGC 7293, 9:56

              Wray 17-31, 3:60

Planets

              Jupiter, 5:63

              Mars, 9:62

              Mercury, 4:66, 9:67

              Neptune, 10:66

              Uranus, 10:66

              Venus, 1:53, 12:62

Populous Clusters

              Kron 3, 10:55

              Lindsay 1, 10:55

              NGC 330, 10:55

              NGC 416, 10:55

              NGC 419, 10:55

Quasars

              3C 273, 5:66

Sun

              Catch the Green Flash!, 10:44

              The Prodigal Sun, 5:80

Variables

              Eta Carinae, 3:52

              Kappa Pavonis, 9:50

              R Doradus, 1:50

              R Scuti, 8:53

              T Pyxidis, 5:53

Young Populous Clusters

              NGC 1711, 11:55

              NGC 1818, 11:55

              NGC 1831, 11:55

              NGC 1850, 11:55

              NGC 1854, 11:55

              NGC 1856, 11:55

              NGC 1866, 11:55

              NGC 1903, 11:55

              NGC 2004, 11:55

              NGC 2100, 11:55

              NGC 2164, 11:55

              SL 360, 11:55